The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy (EMSOP) is recognized on all levels, local, state, national, and international, as providing one of the most challenging, dynamic, and satisfying Programs of Study leading to the Doctor of Pharmacy degree. In concert with supportive faculty and staff, students at the School build a foundation for learning that continues long after graduation. The Department of Pharmacy Practice and Administration focuses on the clinical and regulatory aspects of pharmacy practice. The mission of the Department is to participate in the preparation of students to provide pharmaceutical care in its varied practice settings. Graduating students are equipped with the necessary skills to adapt to a changing healthcare environment. Students are also provided with scientiﬁc fundamentals, ethics, and attitudes necessary to adapt their careers to changes in healthcare over their lifetime. This mission supports the overall mission of the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy in four critical areas: teaching, practice, scholarship, and service.
JSUMC in Neptune, NJ is part of the Hackensack Meridian Health System. Hackensack Meridian Healthy Jersey Shore University Medical Center is a not-for-profit teaching hospital. With more than 1,000 physicians and dental staff in 60 specialty areas, JSUMC’s team provides quality care in a patient centered environmentally friendly setting. Through the hospital’s clinical research program and longstanding commitment to medical education through an affiliation with Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, Rutgers University and Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine , JSUMC serves as an academic center dedicated to advancing medical knowledge, training future physicians and pharmacists, and providing the community with access to promising medical breakthroughs. JSMUC specializes in cardiovascular care, orthopedics, rehabilitation, cancer care, neuroscience, and urology. JSUMC infections disease program includes an in-patient consult service and Antimicrobial Stewardship Program. The position is a clinical track (non-tenure track) faculty appointment. Primary responsibilities include a didactic and experiential teaching of pharmacy students, and development of a clinical practice in Infectious Diseases, including teaching rounds, participating in the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, committee participation, staff development, and precepting pharmacy residents. Service to the community and profession are also components of this appointment. Opportunities for scholarly activities and research are available.